During his time in the English game, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has become renowned for giving young stars the opportunity to prove themselves in the first-team, and he looks set to continue that trend with Kyle Walker-Peters, after Sky Sports' report claiming that the club have rejected a loan approach for the teenager.
The 19-year-old full-back has been with the club since 2015, but is still yet to make a senior appearance for Tottenham.
Tottenham's Kyle Walker Peters in action
And Pochettino obviously has high hopes for the Edmonton-born defender, after his reported refusal to allow him to leave the club on loan, as reported by Sky Sports, who suggest that an un-named club came in for him this month.
The Argentine is a big believer in having his young stars amongst the first-team squad, training and travelling with the group, in a bid for them to learn the ins and outs of being a professional footballer at the very highest level.
Tottenham's Kyle Walker Peters
The problem for Walker-Peters is that he has both Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier ahead of him in the right-back pecking order at White Hart Lane, so his chances of any kind of first-team action in the foreseeable future will be limited to say the least.
So surely a loan move away from the club would in fact be beneficial for both Walker-Peters and Tottenham.
Pochettino obviously doesn't think so, however.